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United Nations World Health Organization (WHO), 371, 379, 385, 386, 399-400
United States: abortion in, 495-96, 504-5, 517-19, 523; agriculture in, 251, 256, 258, 260; attitudes on population growth in, 539, 540; demographic patterns in, 107, 109, 113, 133, 590, 630, 644, 662, 666-68, 671-73; population policies of, 370, 550, 555-56, 560, 630; resource-environment problems in, 224, 231, 234, 235; stationary birth level in, 648-49
United States Agency for International Development, 385
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA),252
Urbanization: and abortion, 490, 496-97; costs and benefits of, 242-44, 273-74, 288-89, 307-11, 337; by country, 229-31, 236, 374-76; in demographic transition, 116; and environment, 229-31, 235, 236, 238, 239; and fertility, 138, 140-41, 631; and health, 386, 463-66, 471-75; social effects of, 592-93. See also Cities; Migration, rural-urban
United States Information Agency (USIA),534
Uruguay, 123n, 126, 140
Venezuela, 108, 141 Violence, 579,592 Vital registration, 372
Vital re volution, 105
Vital statistics, 127,145
Voluntarism, 119, 214, 383-84, 619-20
Wages. See Earnings
Waste by-products, 208-9, 222-23, 238, 239
Water: quality of, 222, 223, 235, 236-38, 242; supply of, 228, 233-34, 241-43
Welfare. See Children; Education; Ethical criteria
Welfare penalties, 621
West Indies, 130
Wheat: new varieties of, 228, 254-55, 258; production of, 252, 256; and rice, 259-63
Women: ages of, and birth rate, 640-41; employment of, 158-59, 164, 203, 352, 385, 610, 634; as family planning personnel, 389-90; liberation of, 556-57, 558, 560; literacy of, 374-76; as migrants, 286-88; status of, 628, 630, 631, 634; status of, and fertility, 493-96
Young age group, 557-81, 601, 609. See
also Age structure Yugoslavia, 484, 503, 520, 522
Zero population growth, 117, 118, 121, 386-87, 388, 396, 627, 630. See also Stationary population05